Enterprises adopting Apple products in impressive numbers.
IBM, Intel exceed expectations; Google's results disappoint.
Rehash of old news makes for uneventful presentation, Microsoft's last at CES (at least for the present).
Big Blue wants to help enterprises cut testing costs without cutting corners.
Acer and Lenovo may release tablets in the third quarter of this year.
No big surprises, consulting firm says.
Of 13 items in release, 3 address remote code execution flaws.
Attacks on Adobe Reader 9 exploit hole in compression file format.
Company mum on rumors on Windows 8 plans.
Over 30 updates to Office 365; SkyDrive gets "app-centric"
Financial restructuring, Flash for mobile phase-out, job cuts ahead.
Company describes its SQL Server 2012 licensing model.
Company has aggressive plans for replacing traditional PC environments with virtual desktops and bridging enterprise data centers with the cloud.
Big Blue names Virginia Rometty to CEO position beginning January 1, succeeding Sam Palmisano.
Stanford researchers would like to replace hard drive storage and put everything in computer memory.
Free preview of Google Cloud SQL announced; MySQL database Web service added to Google's cloud-based App Engine development stack.